Wrecker and Towing Services throughout North Texas

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Whether you're relocating, have fallen victim to your car breaking down, or even worse, been involved in a vehicular accident, you can find no better towing service than Euless B&B Wrecker Service. Euless B&B Wrecker Service is the leading towing professional service in the North Texas area. Founded in 1954 by Mr. Robert Baker, we are a 24-hour operation that is proud to have been in business for over 40 years.

We offer heavy duty towing and recovery for commercial vehicles at the best possible rates. With a fleet of twenty-seven different trucks and other specialized equipment, you can be sure that we have the right vehicle for any job.

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Euless Wrecker B&B offers two wheel drive towing in North Texas.

Euless Wrecker B&B offers four wheel drive towing in North Texas.Euless Wrecker B&B offers flatbed towing in North Texas.

Two Wheel Drive Towing

The most important thing to keep in mind when towing two wheel drive vehicles is to avoid having the drive wheels touch the ground during hauling. This can cause a massive strain on the car’s transmission and can end up permanently damaging it.

There are several options and accessories that can be used to effectively tow a two wheel drive. A common method is the use of tow dollies, which lift the front wheels off the ground. It might be necessary to disconnect the drive shaft to avoid damaging the transmission.

On the other hand, short distance towing can make use of triangular tow bars. The end of one triangle is attached to the tow truck via a coupler and ball hitch, while the other end is attached to the bumper of the towed vehicle. Take note that all four vehicles are on the ground, so it’s important not to use this method for long-distance hauling.

Four Wheel Drive Towing

Similar to two wheel drive towing, the four wheel drive version focuses on the same principles of wheel stress and hauling distance. The main consideration in this case is finding the right kind of accessories which can best minimize the wear and tear on the vehicle’s individual parts.

Four wheel drive vehicles with manual transmissions are better off using a manual transfer case and a manual lockout hub to protect the driveline. Alternately, for those vehicles with automatic transmissions, it will need a drive shaft coupling installed on its rear drive shaft to quickly shift between driving and towing modes.

Flatbed Towing

Considered as one of the safest methods of transport, flatbed towing provides a stable way of hauling by balancing the weight of the vehicle across the flatbed platform as well as minimizing swaying. The ease of loading is also well received since all it entails is driving the vehicle up the flatbed and securing it afterwards.

Another advantage of flatbed towing is the way it reduces all wear and tear conditions on the vehicle since all four wheels are off the ground. Compared to other methods of towing, this requires no special parts or adjustments.

Euless B&B at Your Service

Regardless of the method of towing, Euless B&B Wrecker Service knows the best way to haul your vehicle. Whether it's a mechanical failure or an accident that's rendered your car unusable, Euless B&B is only a phone call away and we are always ready to serve you with our auto wrecking services. Contact us today!